Alaska

Parent Category: United States of America
The northernmost state of the United States. It ranks first in terms of total land area and 47th in terms of population.

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William H. Seward, US Secretary of State.
Alaska has the 4 th highest median income of the 50 US States.
Because the weather is not appropriate for them, there is not thecorrect habitat, they could die there, there's not the type of foodIt's supposed to be. The primary reason is that alligators are cold blooded, like allreptiles. In very cold conditions they cannot maintain asufficiently high body...
Vitus Bering. Gregory Shelikhov. Alexander Baranov. Father Ivan Veniaminov. General Jefferson C. Davis. Ernest Gruening. William Egan.
Alaska is very very cold.Colder than our winter down here inIndiana.
It isn't. Yellowknife is a city and the capital of Northwest Territories, Canada. Alaska is in the United States.
Fairbanks has a population of about 35,132 residents.
There are no counties in Alaska
There are a wide variety of geographical features of Alaska. Theseinclude mountains, rivers, lakes, as well as open plains.
Actually, Alaska is an year round destination for skiing. You cancome anytime you want. But, Alaska's peak season generally runsfrom the first week in February to the second week in May. And ifyou want to go heli skiing, you can come February to first week ofMarch!
Alaska was discovered in 1728 by Vitus Bering. He established a settlement in 1741. It was purchased from Russia in 1868 and was made a US Territory in 1912. It became a US State in 1959.
Only domestic ferrets are found in Alaska
Alaska became the 49th US State. Hawaii became the 50th US State.
The 1990 US Census recorded 550,043 residents.
That decision was not his to make. He died there on 8 December 1741.
It's easy. Get a plain ticket, some money and go on the internet. I live in a village of a 1,000 people in Wrangell, Alaska and I am happy as a clam.
A US that had almost doubled its area and a Russia free North America.
Alaska was generally neglected and its existence was ignored.
For most it was feared that it would shift the political balance between the parties.
It is the Forget-Me-Not.
The state fossile is : Wolly Mammoth (1968)
Alaskas state mineral : Gold (1968) The Alaska state flag is dark blue with golden star shaped as the dipper and on the upper right corner is the north star.
Alaska's state sport: Dog Mushing
Alaska's symbol of economy is the fish and seal. The fish and sealsits on the outer circle of the state's seal. It represents theimportance of seafood and wildlife to Alaska's economy.
some ports thrive on tourists to economically "survive."
Distance is 5,236 kilometers (3,253 miles) on a straight line.
The record high is 100 degrees F. The record low is minus 80 degrees F.
It was purchased from Russia in 1867.
Yes it ranks #1 in area.
They might be avid sportsmen or nature lovers.
Kodiak and Afognak are largely settled by Aleuts. There are some Tlingit and Haida natives there as well.
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The Aleutian Islands are not accesible by train from anywhere. Only boats or planes can get you there.
William Allen Egan who was the first Governor of the State of Alaska.
Juneau is the capital city inAlaska. The city's estimated population was 32,406 in 2014. Juneauis the second most populous city in Alaska after Anchorage.
Mount McKinley at 20,320 feet above sea level.
There are 8 stars on the Alaska state flag.
yes, if you mean growing on trees there is the pine cone. other then that we import it to our stores.(:
Alaska is 4,350 miles (7,000 kilometers) from Russia.
No they are to be found only in Antarctica.
No Alaska is the least densely populated of the US States and ranks #47 in total population.
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The flight distance from Alaska (AK) to Japan is 3,424 miles.
Yes it was. Scientists have a theory that Russia was connected to Alaska by a land bridge called Beringia (a place that existed during a time when much of Canada was covered in massive sheets of ice) but that was long ago and just a theory though. The Beringian land bridge is believed to have...
Alaska has many taxes. Property taxes, sales taxes, fuel taxes,fish taxes and more disguised as sin taxes and user fees. In 2016the legislature will implement an income tax even though they havesigned pledges for no new taxes.
Alaska has more walrus. Florida has more manatees. Florida is the Sunshine State, but Alaska has the Midnight Sun. Florida has bright lights and Alaska has northern lights. Alaska has more coastline, but Florida has more beaches. Alaska has more moose, but Florida has more alligators. ...
Yes, because it has vast areas of preserves doesnit mean that it isn't developed even if it a State and not a Country.
because they dont feel like having it god is it so hard to understand shish.
wood, water, oil, animals, plants .:Maleah:.
Vitus Bering was ordered to find out if North America and Siberia were connected by land.
Residents of Alaska do receive an annual payment just for living in Alaska. It's called the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend. The amount received by each resident in 2010 was $1,281.
The Yukon Territory borders Alaska.
Total area: 656,425 sq. mi. Land = 570,374 sq. mi. Water = 86,051 sq.mi. For the source and more detailed information concerning yourrequest, click on the related links section indicatedbelow.
In 1867 Alaska was bought fromRussia for $7.2 million dollars. Alaska was purchased in 1867 andHawaii was annexed by act of Congress in 1898.
Distance between Acapulco, Mexico and Anchorage, Alaska is 6,300 Kilometers (3,915 miles) on a straight line.
Whales, walrus, seals, otter, polar bears, puffin,
There are many countries but Alaska and Hawaii are not among them.They are both states within the United States of America. Bothachieve recognition as a part of the Union and not as separateentities in the sphere of International Government.
MAPQUEST SAID FROM HAMPTON VA TO ANCHORAGE AK ITS APROX. 1436 MILES
A flight from London to Alaska takes about nine hours.
Canada by land and it has a maritime border with Russia.
In 2008 it was estimated to be 30,427. Source: see the Related Link below. approx. 31,000
Yes, in Sept. 9, 1850 California became the 31st state.
The capital of Alaska is Juneau. The population of Juneau is 32,164 people. This is the smallest United States capital city, andAlaska is the largest state.
The United States purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867. The cost ofthe purchase was 7.2 million US dollars. The purchase was known as"Seward's Folly."
Anchorage is in the borough of Anchorage.
It's about 2300 miles and almost two days of worth of driving.
The largest cities in Alaska and their populations as of 2008 are: Anchorage 359,180 Fairbanks 97,970 Juneau 30,988 Wasilla 9,236 Sitka 8,920
Denali National Park, Glacier Bay, Katmai, Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, Kenai Fjords
The capital of Guatemala is Guatemala City. Guatemala is located inCentral America south of Mexico, and to the north of El Salvadorand Honduras.
He was Secretary of state and was responsible for arranging the purchase.
New York, NY, USA is 4 hours ahead of Anchorage, AK, USA.
If you are a US resident and citizen, you will need a passport to fly to Canada. You will not need one if you are planning to drive from the US to the port in Canada.. Until later in fall 2008, you also do not need a passport to travel by ship to Canada -- but you will need a certified copy of your...
Like Idaho and Maine, Alaska grows potatoes near Fairbanks. But inthe Matanuska-Susitna Valley (North of Anchorage) holds fertilesoils and can grow corn, wheat, hay, vegetables, barley, and oats. Carrots and Cabbage are also grown in Alaska, but isn't one oftheir main crops. Oh, and just a note to...
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Yes, they have Orcas. Which yes, is a dolphin.
It insured the opening of Oregon Territory. It was a supplier of gold, silver, lead and zinc. It acted as a support facility for Russia againt Germany in WW2. It has been a major International supplier of seafood. It acted as a buffer against Russia in the Cold War. It acts as a crude oil supplier.
Anchorage, Alaska is 4,217 miles from the equator, as the crowflies. That converts to 6786.6 kilometers. That is further than thedistance all the way around the equator.
Yes. The reason Alaska has 6 months in the day and night, is because the Earth's axis is tilted. Meaning that Alaska is in the North and in the spring and summer it will point at the sun. In the winter and fall, the sun will point to the opposite way from the sun.
One natural resource for the state of Alaska is the oil and gasreserves. One more natural resource in the state is forestryproducts.